living daylight out of his (black) best buddy. A dash of social conscience makes this more cheering than your average slugfest. Glasgow: Grosvenor. I GoodFallu ( 18) (Martin Scorsese. US. 1990) Robert De Niro. Ray Liotta. Joe Pesci. Lorraine Braco. 145 mins. Liotta plays Henry Hill. a real-life maﬂoso. with De Niro as his mentor in crime. And while the bullets. ﬁsts and carving knives fly. Scorsese brings us back to that unavoidable question — yes. it‘s glamorous and lucrative to live this way. but can anyone really live with the consequences? Fife: Adam Smith. I Guy: and Doll: (U) (Joseph L. Mankiewicz. US. 1955) Marlon Brando. Jean Simmons. Frank Sinatra. Vivian Blaine. Stubby Kaye. 150 mins. The unusual mixture of the mumbling (Brando) and the musical (Sinatra and Blaine) conspires to generate a rare depth of feeling in this powerful and inventive musical. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. I Halloween 4 ( 18) (Dwight H. Little. US. 1989) Donald Pleasence. Ellie Cornell. Danielle Harris. 100 mins. The return of slice‘n‘dice enthusiast Michael Myers (Wilbur). whose hospital transfer due to a legal technicality affords an opportunity to escape. with his psychiatrist ofold(P1easence) on his heels. Run-of-the-kill sequel carnage. Strathclyde: UCl East Kilbride. I The Hand That Rock: The Cradle ( 15) (Curtis Hanson. US. 1991 ) Rebecca De Mornay. Annabella Seiorra. Matt McCoy. 110mins. Nanny manages to con her way into the home of the family who inadvertantly caused her husband‘s suicide and her own miscarriage. and soon begins to show psychotic tendencies. Despite implausible plotting. director Hanson cranks up the tension and delivers a slap-bang ﬁnale. In other words. beautifully crafted mainstream trash. Glasgow: Grosvenor. Edinburgh: Cameo. I Hallbound: Hollralser 2 ( 18) (Tony Randel. UK. 1988) Ashley Laurence. Kenneth Cranham. (‘laire Higgins. 93 mins. Hell is unleashed once more and as the Cenobites and the now skinless Julia (Higgins) return to prey on our heroine. Hell hath no fury like a woman skinned. Redundant sequel that never recapturcs the verve ofthe original. Glasgow: MGM. I Hellralm ( 18) (Clive Barker. UK. 1987) Andy Robinson. Claire Higgins. Ashley Laurence. 92 mins. A horror picture with a well constructed plot. strong characters. haunting images and special effects that actually serve the storyline. Directorial debut for top genre writer Barker. it's a twisted morality tale with strong sado-masochistic overtones. Glasgow: MGM. I ngh Socloty (Charles Walters. US. 1956) Bing Crosby. Grace Kelly. Frank Sinatra. 107 mins. Classic musical entertainment from the MGM studios. in which a rich bitch plays hard to get with a string of suitors. The plot of Philadelphia Story goes out the window. but with stars like these. style is everything. Glasgow: GET. I nghlander (15) (Russell Mulcahy. UK. 1986) Christopher Lambert. Beatie Edney. Sean Connery. 111 mins. A handful of immortals battle through the centuries to win a mythical prize. A curious mixture of romance in 16th century heather and car chases in present day New York. the film is an inclegant. often ludicrous. but enjoyably daffy adventure. Edinburgh: Cameo. I The Hitcher ( 18) (Robert Mandel. US. 1986) Rutger Hauer. C. Thomas Howell. Jennifer Jason Leigh. 98 mins. Drowsy driver Howell gets more than he bargained for when he picks up psycho-hitcher Hauer in this genuinely edge-of-thc-seat suspense thriller. Edinburgh: Cameo. I L'Homme Bleue ( 18) (Patrice Chereau. France. 1983) Jean-Hughes Anglade. Vittorio Mezzogiorno. 110 mins. Anglade (star of Betty Blue) here plays a young man trying to come to terms with his homosexuality in the violent twilight world of a provincial suburb. Directed by one of France‘s best known theatre directors. French Film Festival. Glasgow: GF'T‘. Edinburgh: Filmhouse. I Houuslttor (PG) (Frank Oz. US. 1992) Steve Martin. Goldie Hawn. Dana Delany. Spurned by his childhood sweetheart . architect Newton Davis (Martin) ﬁnds his life turned upside down when one-night-stand Gwen (Hawn) moves into his house and passes herself off to parents and neighbours as his new wife. A more welcome comedy than any of both stars‘ more recent attempts. Glasgow: Cannon Clarkson Road. Cannon Sauchiehall Street. MGM. All UCIs. I Howard: End (PG) (James Ivory. UK. 1992) Anthony Hopkins. Vanessa Redgrave. Helena Bonham Carter. Emma Thompson. 142 mins. The story. centring on the marriage between a wealthy and reactionary old duffer and an emancipated younger woman. is a complex family chronicle told with clarity and compassion. At last a cinematic period drama that exudes excellence. with some ﬁnely crafted performances to match. Central: MacRobert. Fife: New Picture House. Strathclyde: WMR. I Husband: and Wlm (15) (Woody Allen. US. 1992) Woody Allen. Mia Farrow. Sidney Pollack. Judy Davis. 107 mins. The Roths (Allen and
Farrow) ﬁnd their domestic life rocked by the news that their best friends are splitting up. Doubts about their marriage are heightened by Mr R's half-innocent dalliance with a young student (Cape Fear‘s Juliette Lewis). More than a life-initating-art movie. given the recent allegations about the Allen household: it is a searching and incisive character comedy. his best since Hannah and her Sisters. See review. Glasgow: Odeon. Edinburgh: Odeon. Strathclyde: UCl Clydebank.
I Indochlno (12) (Regis Wargnier. France. 1992) Catherine Deneuve. Vincent Perez. Lihn Dan
; Pham. 156 mins. Lush. irresistably romantictale
of a French colonial (Deneuve) running a rubber plantation in 19305 Vietnam. who falls in love with a naval ofﬁcer while the country borders on rebellion. Reminiscent of Gone With The Wind and the great epics of David Lean. its music is by Glasgow-born composer Patrick Doyle (Henry V). French Film Festival. Glasgow: GFT. Edinburgh: Filmhouse.
I "’5 (15) (Jean-Jacques Beineix. France. 1991) Yves Montand. Olivier Martinez. Sekkou $311. 159 mins. Beineix follows Betty Blue and Diva with this image-laden story of an old man who befriends two dclinquints while searching for an
almost mystical lost love. Montand's death during ; the ﬁnal days of shooting gives poignancy to one
of his most digniﬁed roles. French Film Festival. Glasgow: GF’I‘. Edinburgh: Filmhouse.
I It Came from Outer Space (PG) (Jack Arnold. US. 1953) Richard Carlson. Barbara Rush. Charles Drake. Russell Johnson. 81 mins. Made in 3-D. this prototype ‘friendly alien' movie broke some new ground. but also harbours some pretty familiar stereotypes (tolerant. misunderstood scientist. shoot-ﬁrst-ask-questions-later lawman) and some pretty naff acting. Edinburgh: Cameo. I Jacob's Laddet(18) (Adrian Lyne. US. 1990) Tim Robbins. Elizabeth Pena. Danny Aiello. 113 mins. Vietnam vet Jacob Singer is seeing some very strange things, like nurses with demons‘ homs and people with faces straight out of 3 Francis Bacon painting. One of the most terrifying. yet ultimately moving. paranoia thrillers of recent years. Edinburgh: Cameo.
I Jungle Fever(18) (Spike Lee. US. 1991)Wesley Snipes. Annabella Seiorra. John Turturro. Spike Lee. Anthony Quinn. 132 mins. Black yuppie Flipper Purify (Snipes) launches into an ill-fated affair with his Italian-American secretary (Sciorra) and adds fuel to the ﬁre of inter-racial tensions. It‘s a stylish piece with some good performances. even if the director‘s message is not exactly positive. Glasgow: GFT.
I The Lawnmower In (15) (Brett Leonard. UK/US. 1992) Pierce Brosnan. Jeff Fahey. Jenny Wright. 108 mins. Backward gardener (Fahey) is the subject of experiments to increase learning potential using drugs and Virtual Reality technology. Cue weird side effects and telekinetic powers. Unfortunately the plot is basically just there as an excuse for some admittedly stunning. computer-animated special effects. Glasgow:
I A League Of Thalr Own (PG) (Penny Marshall. US. 1992) Geena Davis. Lori Petty. Tom Hanks. Madonna. 124 mins. As World War II siphons off America’s baseball players. attention turns to the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. Penny (Big) Marshall‘s latest chronicles the ups and downs of one such team with a richer characterisation than in your average sports movie. General release.
I Lethal Weapon 3 (15) (Richard Donner. US. 1992) Mel Gibson. Danny Glover. Joe Pesci. 118 mins. Gibson and Glover team up for the third
time. going though the usual motions to track
down a crooked real estate and narcotics boss. Dazzlingly original it is not. but the spectacular
; explosions. car chases. shoot-outs and comic relief
from Pesci mean this one could run and run.
‘ Edinburgh: UCI. Strathclyde: UCI Clydebank.
I The Little Foxes (PG) (William Wyler.US.1941) Bette Davis. Herbert Marshall. Teresa Wright. Patricia Collinge. Dan Duryea. 116 mins. A superny acted and sumptuously conceived screen adaptation of Lillian Hellman‘s play. set in the Deep South. where a sickeningly wealthy family turns in on itself through the corruption of greed and hatred. A splendid reminder of Hollywood‘s more auspicious past. Edinburgh: Cameo.
I The Lost Boys (15) (Joel Schumacher. US. 1987) Jason Patrick. Corey Haim. Barnard Hughes. 97 mins. Anaemic comic horror as a Santa Monica teen falls into bad company in the shape of a mad. bad and dangerous-to-know gang of vampires. Constant MTV visuals make this an altogether resistible affair. Strathclyde: UCI East Kilbridc. I Lovers (18) (Vicente Aranda. Spain. 1991) Victoria Abril. Jorge Sanz. Maribel Verdu. 103 mins. 1n Franco‘s Spain of the mid-50$. a young man completes his military service and plans to wed his ﬁance. While looking for work. he shares a flat with a glamorous older woman (Abril) who offers him more than a roof over his head. A treat of truly trashy proportions. Glasgow: GET.
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